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Japan and Europe are facing fierce competition in machine tools. Japan has stepped up efforts to improve production efficiency.

recently, our experimental machine prices, quality, service, and 3 guarantees. European machine tool manufacturers have taken advantage of the depreciation of the euro to increase orders in the international market, and the competition for machine tools between Japan and Europe has become increasingly fierce. In order to compete with European enterprises, large machine tool manufacturers in Japan have stepped up efforts to improve production efficiency, significantly updated production equipment and increased production workshops

Tsusho Precision Machine Tool Co., Ltd., a major machine tool manufacturer in Japan, plans to invest 1billion yen in February to update basic production equipment, double the production capacity, and double the area of Niigata factory from the current 6400 square meters to improve the efficiency of machine tool assembly. Okuma, another large-scale machine tool tensile testing machine whose cost and energy consumption will be lower and lower, plans to invest 7billion yen to set up a new workshop with brand-new equipment in Aichi county headquarters to further improve production efficiency. Mori Seiki Manufacturing Co., Ltd. invested 8billion yen to build a machine tool parts processing and assembly plant in Sanyou County, which will be put into operation in February, and the production capacity is expected to increase by 20%

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it is reported that in 2011, the total amount of domestic and foreign orders received by Japanese machine tools was 1326.1 billion yen, with a year-on-year increase of 35.5%, of which overseas orders accounted for 6, and the amount was 904.5 billion yen, with a year-on-year increase of 34.8%, setting a new record after four years. In terms of countries, orders from China accounted for the largest amount, 327.8 billion yen, an increase of 29.6% year-on-year, followed by India and Thailand. Orders from Asia accounted for 56% of overseas orders

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